SLIPKNOT To Design Collection Of ZIPPO Lighters For ‘Summer’s Last Stand’ Tour – BLABBERMOUTH.NET


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SLIPKNOT To Design Collection Of ZIPPO Lighters For ‘Summer’s Last Stand’ Tour
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SLIPKNOT and Zippo Encore — the music program created by Zippo — have partnered for the band’s upcoming “Summer’s Last Stand” U.S. tour. The members of SLIPKNOT will be working with Zippo to design a collection of exclusive Zippo lighters that will …

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An interview with a collector: Eldon Baldwin

I am happy to start a new series of posts in form of interviews with lighter collectors around the world. I am starting with Eldon Baldwin a US citizen who not only has a stunning collection of lighters but also the expertise in making wonderful pic…

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An interview with a collector: Eldon Baldwin

I am happy to start a new series of posts in form of interviews with lighter collectors around the world. I am starting with Eldon Baldwin a US citizen who not only has a stunning collection of lighters but also the expertise in making wonderful pic…

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eBay: Thorens Dog Desk Lighter, 1929

A beautiful Thorens Table/Desk Lighter was recently sold on eBay for a modest $350. The auction received 27 bids from 18 bidders. The wick desk lighter is a rare piece coming from the late 1920s. The lighter insert is a Thorens ‘single claw’ type …

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eBay: Thorens Dog Desk Lighter, 1929

A beautiful Thorens Table/Desk Lighter was recently sold on eBay for a modest $350. The auction received 27 bids from 18 bidders. The wick desk lighter is a rare piece coming from the late 1920s. The lighter insert is a Thorens ‘single claw’ type …

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Advert: Lancel Briquets, 1928

This full-page black&white Lancel advertisement was published in October 1928 in a French magazine called L’Illustration. A nice example of Art Deco graphic design.

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Advert: Lancel Briquets, 1928

This full-page black&white Lancel advertisement was published in October 1928 in a French magazine called L’Illustration. A nice example of Art Deco graphic design.

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